1628 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103 (At 17th Street)(215) 282-5000
Located in the City Center opposite Liberty Place, a short walk to cultural and historical attractions and home to multiple shops and restaurants. Club Quarters is a full service hotel offering a full range of accommodations in a club–like atmosphere. The hotel offers many complimentary services including WiFi, chilled, purified bottled water, fitness center and access to the Club Living Room.
- 24 hour Member Service Desk/Concierge
- Complimentary high-speed wireless Internet access throughout the hotel
- Instant registration/fast checkout
- Private Club Living Room with complimentary refreshments, workstations, and wireless printing
- Davio's Northern Italian Steakhouse
- Fitness Room, access from 6am - 9:30pm
- Free high-speed Internet access
- Latest design workstation with task lighting and ergonomic chair
- Premium bedding and linens
- LCD TV
- Speaker and cordless phone with direct dial number
- Complimentary coffee and tea
- Alarm clock radio with iPod dock
- Complimentary exercise equipment and yoga kits delivered to room
- 24 hour Member Service Desk/Concierge
- High speed wireless Internet access throughout the hotel
- Chilled, purified bottled water
- Room service with multi-menu delivery service
- Refrigerator stocking
- iPads for loan for registered guests
- Workstations with wireless printing
- Self-service laundry facilities
- Fitness room with 24 hour key access
- Yoga kits and exercise equipment delivered to room
- Garment storage between visits
- Daily housekeeping
City Center (.4mi), Philadelphia, PA
Philadelphia’s main area for arts, culture, dining and entertainment. Attractions include City Hall with its outstanding gothic tower, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Chinatown and numerous other architectural delights.
Philadelphia Academy of Fine Arts (.5mi)118 North Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102
The nation’s first museum and school of fine arts, home to a world class collection of American art. The Academy has played a central roll over two centuries in nurturing artistic vision in such great painters as Thomas Eakins and Mary Cassatt.
Independence National Historic Park (1.3mi)525 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106
This 40 acre park preserves several sites associated with the American Revolution and the nation’s founding history, including the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall and Congress Hall. Numerous other historic buildings line the cobbled streets.
Davio’s111 South 17th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103
An "eclectic crowd", from "power brokers" to couples seeking "romance", heads to this "white-tablecloth" "splurge" in a restored bank in Rittenhouse for "fabulous" steaks and "creative" Italian dishes beyond the "red-sauce normalcy".
Steve's Prince of Steaks41 South 16th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102
A slightly-less-famous local cheesesteak "favorite", this "nothing-fancy", trio packs plenty of "quality meat" into "fresh, tasty rolls" for "no-frills" sandwiches with "lots of flavor"; the "hard-nosed" staff is "quick".
Marathon Grill121 South 16th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102
Everyone from “daters to families with children” finds something on the “easy-on-the-budget” American menu at this “low-key” “glorified diner” chain whose cred is buttressed by “produce from its own urban farm".
The Continental Midtown1801 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103
“Amazing martinis” and “tapas-style” Eclectic dishes are served with “a twist of fun” at Stephen Starr’s “too-cool-for-school”, “midcentury modern” Rittenhouse Square diner, where an “awesome” rooftop deck snags a “hip” “professional crowd”.
Oyster House1516 Sansom Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102
“Real Philadelphia tradition” lives on at this “modern rustic” Rittenhouse fish house under “third-generation” ownership by the Mink family, whose stock in trade is “unpretentious but perfectly presented seafood” and a “bustling” raw bar.
16th & Chestnut Streets
Tel: (215) 569-8400
From Club Quarters, Philadelphia to Parkway Garage:
Parking is available at a discounted rate at Parkway Garage. The cost is approximately $5.50 per half hour, and $24.00 up to 24 hours. There are no in and out privileges and major credit cards are accepted. All tickets must be validated at the Member Service Desk.
*There are 4 levels of parking - you can park in any space that is not reserved or roped off for valet parking. There is an elevator located on each floor - take to the Ground level. When you exit the elevator you will see an Aveda store in front of you - go to the right which is the exit (you will be on the corner of 16th & Chestnut). Turn right towards 17th Street - Club Quarters is on the opposite (south) side of the street at 17th St. - you will see a blue and gold awning. Enter CQ and proceed to the elevators - take to the "L" level.
Guests with minimal luggage or luggage that easily transports, may go directly to the parking garage. For those guests who prefer to unload first, there is a spot across the street from our entrance - closer to 17th Street - you may park for a 15 minute period to unload. It is the space behind the Handicapped parking meter spot.
To Club Quarters, Philadelphia from Parkway Garage:
Exit the garage towards 17th Street. Make a left at street level onto 17th Street. Turn left at traffic light - Club Quarters is on the right side of the street. Please remember to stop at the Member Service Desk to validate your parking tickets prior to retrieving your car.
To retrieve your car:
When you are ready to get your car, enter Liberty Place from the 16th & Chestnut Street entrance. Make a left at the Aveda store to the elevators. Take the elevator to the level you had parked, to the right of the elevator bank is a Pay Machine. It will ask you to insert your parking ticket and will show you the cost. You can pay by debit, credit or cash. Make sure you take your parking ticket from the pay machine - you will need this to exit the garage.
From the North
Follow I-95 South to I-676 West. Follow signs for I-676 west and take the exit for PA 611/Broad Street/Central Philadelphia. This ramp will exit onto 15th Street. Follow 15th Street to JFK Boulevard and make a right. Take the JFK Boulevard to 17th Street and make a left. Continue for two blocks to Chestnut Street and make a left. Club Quarters will be on your right, next to the Rite Aid Pharmacy. Look for the large navy blue clock and flag with the CQ logo in gold.
From the New Jersey Turnpike(New York/Connecticut)
Follow the New Jersey Turnpike South to exit four. Follow Route 73 North to Route 38 West to Route 30 West. Follow signs for the Ben Franklin Bridge ($3.00 toll). After crossing the bridge follow signs for I-676 West and take the Broad Street / PA 611 exit. This ramp will exit onto 15th Street. Follow 15th Street to JFK Boulevard and make a right. Take the JFK Boulevard to 17th Street and make a left. Continue for two blocks to Chestnut Street and make a left. Club Quarters will be on your right, next to the Rite Aid Pharmacy. Look for the large navy blue clock and flag with the CQ logo in gold.
From the West (Harrisburg/Allentown)
Follow the Pennsylvania Turnpike to exit 24, Valley Forge/Central Philadelphia, (76 West-Schuylkill Expressway exit). Continue on I-76 East and take exit 38 from the left lane to I-676 East to the Broad Street Exit. This ramp will exit onto 15th Street. Follow 15th Street to JFK Boulevard and make a right. Take the JFK Boulevard to 17th Street and make a left. Continue for two blocks to Chestnut Street and make a left. Club Quarters will be on your right, next to the Rite Aid Pharmacy. Look for the large navy blue clock and flag with the CQ logo in gold.
From the South (Philadelphia Airport/Baltimore/Washington)
Follow I-95 North to I-76 West and take the 30th Street Station exit (exit # 345). At the light turn right onto Chestnut Street and follow to 1628 Chestnut Street at 17th (cross 17th). Club Quarters will be on your right, next to Rite Aid Pharmacy. Look for the large navy blue clock and flag with the CQ logo in gold.
Davio’s is an award-winning, upscale Northern Italian Steak House with locations in Boston, Philadelphia, Atlanta and New York City. Open daily for breakfast, lunch, dinner and cocktails, featuring handmade pasta, perfectly cooked steaks and fresh seafood, expertly prepared using the finest ingredients located on the Lower Level. Also offering Sunday Brunch from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. featuring a full brunch menu and seasonal cocktails.
Multi-Menu In-Room Dining
A number of local restaurants offer fast, efficient delivery service. Orders are delivered to your room and your account is charged accordingly.
Club Quarters in Philadelphia has two Meeting and Event rooms to choose from. Davio’s Italian steak house, with high ceilings and arched windows, can also be rented for private events.
Weddings and Special Events Programs
The Club Quarters Wedding Program features affordable accommodations for your out-of-town guests and wedding party. Additionally, Club Quarters offers unique event space for intimate or grand receptions as well as for one of the many events surrounding the big day.
Reception, Rehearsal Dinner or Gala Breakfast
Low cost hotel rooms
Free suite for Bride and Groom*
Complimentary upgrades for parents of Bride and Groom*
Transportation and other customized arrangements
Free Hospitality Suite
* Certain restrictions apply.
For more information on our Wedding Program, please download the Wedding Program brochure.
Small custom designed hotel room, mostly with queen bed, refrigerator and microwave available upon request, with many complimentary services.
Custom designed room with queen bed, lounge chair and work area. Microwave and refrigerator available upon request and more.
Superior with kitchenette: larger room with queen bed, kitchenette, dining area, pullout sofa in some and many complimentary services.
One-Room Suite with kitchenette: large suite style rooms with queen bed, kitchenette, dining and living area, pull out sofa bed in some, with many complimentary services.